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Brian asked me if I still had access to my old blog. I still do and here's the proof. 
 

Haikatus

February 22, 2009

This year I haven’t posted on my blog as much as I would want. For this reason, I think I just had to post, even if it was to just say I’m still here and I’ll be back soon, probably in April after most of my school projects are handed in. And school has been the main reason why I am busier than before and not exactly how I used to be. I wish I had more time to do the things I like. I have a lot of things planned for the future, and like it or not, school is my top priority. While I’m ...


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I'm Back

January 27, 2009

It has been a long time since my last post here, and it was because I decided to take a one-month vacation to have time for other things (holidays, homework, etc). The new semester started rushed and loaded, and I found more things to keep me busier (and away from blogging). I wish I was back in the days when I had time to be bored, but that's the past and I can only hope this year is better than the last.

I have a few things planned for this and the next month. I am supposed to do one of tho...


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Merry Christmas and Happy Listening

December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas to everyone! I’m posting this right before a party at my house begins. Today I’ll just leave two gifts under the Christmas post (and they are the presents I give myself for Christmas: songs). The first is a song for my friend ShinigamiNinja. I know he’ll like it, because even I did (and it’s already on my mp3 player and Windows music library). The song’s Pink Mammoth by Pelican, an instrumental post-metal track that got me into listening to more Pelican songs. The se...


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Audiosurf - Game Review

December 16, 2008

This weekend I gave myself the most awesome music video game ever for my pc as a gift. Although Audiosurf is not the first game in the genre and not the highest selling, it is one of the most popular, and greatest. It is "music racer," where you move a ship on a futuristic highway based on your music to collect colored blocks (known as traffic). The game has been compared to music games like Guitar Hero and Amplitude, but it’s different in that you don’t necessarily have to hit every bloc...


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Now there's no food to eat...

December 4, 2008

Sorry everyone for waiting a long time to post. These are the last weeks of school before the winter vacation, and teachers are not letting us rest. I’ll write two haikus today and will hopefully make some other poems soon.

Tree gives fruit to Bear
Bear grows and kills Tree, so now
there’s no fruit to eat.

Boys building snowmen
Using carrots mom gave them
Now there’s no dinner.

Mood: A little tired
Listening to: When I’m Gone by 3 Doors Down
Today’s Lesson: Somewhere in this da...


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Thanks

November 28, 2008

I know Thanksgiving was yesterday, but why should we only give thanks for what we have on one day of the year? We should be thankful everyday and express gratitude for our life. Thanksgiving may be over, but there will be more days to come where you have the opportunity to help others in some way. I have taken some time to put up a List of 10 things I’m thankful for:

-living a healthy life.
-having a caring and loving family.
-having good and understanding friends.
-having delicious food t...


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Four Haikus

November 21, 2008

I’m not an extraordinary poet or someone that writes poems all the time, but when I feel like it and have free time (or I have to write something for my English journals), I write short poems. Most of the short poems I write are haikus, my favorite type of poetry for being short and simple (no stressed-syllables or rhymes to worry about, like on limericks). If you never heard of haikus, they are three-line poems originated in Japan. The first and third lines have five syllables, while the s...


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Excuse my procrastination if I don't make a post

November 20, 2008

I have been busy recently, and I feel like it’s my fault (it is, but the teachers’ "brilliant" ideas for holidays have to do with it too). Well, I wasted another holiday and now find myself doing the essay at the last minute. If only time could be bought (I hope it’s cheap) or re-used, then I could finally do at least half of the things I want to do in my life. I’ll be posting some of my haikus in the next few days, and should make myself write down the "What’s in the Playlist?" art...


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Unite to Reunite Refugees with their families

November 11, 2008

We take a lot of things for granted. We live (relatively) normal lives, coming home to our families after a day of school or work, without anymore worries than an average person and with problems that could usually be solved with some of our effort. That’s not the case of the millions of refugees around the world who can’t return back to their homes and are usually separated from their families.

The lives of most refugees are ones of survival, of trying to fit in, of enduring constant d...


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"A small group of good Samaritans fighting for a reason is more powerful than an army of million fighting for greed."- Dan, leader of the LMG and Marshal of the Army of Light
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